Swin and Kristen's NBA All-Star Weekend Photo Diary

Before Minnesota's Kristen Mann and Detroit's Swin Cash arrived in Houston for NBA All-Star Weekend, we armed them with cameras and let them loose to snap shots with NBA stars, WNBA stars and celebs around town. So now that the pictures have been developed, here is a look at what she saw through her own eyes...

Kristen and some WNBA friends at the EA Party... Kendra Wecker, Lyndsay Whalen, Brooke Wyckoff and Kristin Haynie.
Kristen and Queen Latifah.
Kristen and Nick Cannon are Wild'n Out.
With Miami All-Star Dwayne Wade.
With New Jersey All-Star Vince Carter
With Katie Smith at the Celebrity Game.
Swin Cash and Teresa Weatherspoon join kids at Jam Session...
...and read along at the Read to Achieve Stage
Kristen with partners in crime - Wecker and Whalen.
Kristen with the 3 W's - Wecker, Wyckoff and Whalen.
Niele Ivey and Helen Darling hit the buffet in the V.I.P. room.
Rapper and Celeb Game MVP Nelly.
Swin and teammate Ruth Riley met NBA legend Bill Russell
Swin signed autographs everywhere she went in Houston.
R&B singer Chris Brown poses with Kristen.
With actor Donald Faison.
Helen Darling gets dance lessons at Latin Night...
...then shows Betty Lennox her moves...
...as DJ Jazzy Jeff spins the tunes.
With Lifehouse at the ESPN party.
Swin and her foundation led a private clinic for local children...
...teaching good fitness tips, giving positive life messages...
  
...and even giving them personal make-up tips and makeovers.
  

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Sun vs. Mystics

Ivory Latta scores 23 points and dishes out six assists to lift the Mystics past the Sun.

Odyssey Sims Career-High

Odyssey Sims goes for a career-high 39 points in the Shocks game versus the Stars.

Skylar Diggins Career-High

Skylar Diggins scores a career-high 34 points in the Shocks game versus the Stars.

Sky vs. Fever

Sylvia Fowles scores 21 points and pulls down 10 rebounds to lead the Sky to a 60-57 victory over the Fever.

Shock vs. Stars

Kayla McBride scores 23 points and the Stars overcome career-highs by Sims and Diggins to beat Tulsa 95-93.